Yesterday I was working with my mare and we were working through some attitude on the ground.Normally once she is listening to me and the edge is worked off we are ready to go have a good ride. But yesterday was 65-70° degrees,cloudy and kind of muggy. by the time I threw a leg over the thunder was booming in the distance, and it was beginning to sprinkle which is kinda what it was doing off and on all day. So I decided to quit on a good note.and hose off the dirt and sweat. Now here’s the thing, I was done washing her off, and was bringing in my things from the roundpen to the tack room when it started raining, not the pouring kind but the dumping where after two raindrops you’re halfway soaked kind.It did let up some after a half hour, but it did rain or drizzle all night. This morning was cool and it’s still drizzling, and it’s only about 58° degrees. Was it a stupid thing to hose her off before this rain and can/will she get sick? It only occurred to me this morning that that coulda been pretty stupid of me.